Cloud security company Sookasa added a new capability to its data encryption services that enables customers to securely receive documents from anyone, including non-users of Sookasa.

Sookasa’s Dropbox encryption and HIPAA and FERPA compliance provides customers with a secure use of the cloud for file storage, syncing and sharing. The new receipt capability, along with a recently released secure sending feature, comprises the Sookasa’s File Delivery platform, a one-way sharing suite.

The new functionality also marks the first time content can be automatically encrypted and securely delivered by non-users with no download or setup necessary by the sender. Each Sookasa user has a unique, secure receipt URL they can share with others.

“Receiving information from clients has long posed a security challenge to businesses in regulated industries,” stated Asaf Cidon, CEO and co-founder of Sookasa. “No matter how many precautions businesses take to secure and send data responsibly, their own customers can undermine these efforts by relying on easy modes of transfer—especially email—without regard for security of their own data. We deliver file encryption on non-users’ terms—they don’t need to have Sookasa or Dropbox to take advantage of both services.”

More information on the File Delivery suite can be found at the Sookasa website.

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